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JCSA selecting new president as O'Neil Grant steps aside

Outgoing president of the Jamaica Civil Service Association, O'Neil Grant, speaking with 'Hotline' host Emily Shields
By Kimone Witter
 
The Jamaica Civil Service Association (JCSA) is selecting a new president following the decision by O'Neil Grant to leave the position after 12 years.
 
Mr. Grant says today (May 26) is his last day in office.
 
Speaking on Radio Jamaica's Hotline, he said four people are vying for the presidency, while two are running for the post of first vice president.
 
Mr. Grant had his eyes set on the post of Cabinet Secretary.
 
"That's the one that I would have declared publicly. But I am still looking to see what will be next for me. I have not been advised that there is a new role for me," he acknowledged. 
 
He will now return to his substantive position as a financial analyst at the Ministry of Agriculture come June 1. 
 
He had been seconded from that post to the JCSA for the last 12 years. 


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